738 posts
  • Has collected 10+ items on Envato Market
  • Has been part of the Envato Community for over 6 years
  • Located in United States
  • Sells items exclusively on Envato Market
Jar says

I haven’t coded/learned much since XHTML 4.1 was the main thing. That was a few years ago. I also have only known HTML/CSS up to this point. I want to gain more experience, meaning getting a grip on HTML5, CSS3, Wordpress, JS, and possibly some PHP & MySQL.

As people experienced in this area, how do you think I should proceed? I understand it will take much effort, so I suppose the better question would be, where do you think I should start?

Thanks, Jar

8 posts
  • Has been part of the Envato Community for over 2 years
  • Sells items exclusively on Envato Market
  • Located in Portugal
Amoguai says

Hello Jar. This was my own path and it makes complete sense to me: HTML 5 -> CSS 3 -> JavaScript -> jQuery -> PHP -> MySQL -> WordPress (currently learning).

I also took some courses on design, interface design, web design, user interaction, information architecture and the web design process (from idea to hosted). From time to time I felt the need for meta-learning: how the internet works, how to setup a server on your machine, how to manage several websites on the same shared host server, well, the small details that you need to learn in order to tie things up. Lynda.com provided me with most of the stuff I learned. It is a great resource and definitely recommended.

85 posts Vibe
  • Elite Author: Sold more than $75,000 on Envato Market
  • Has sold $250,000+ on Envato Market
  • Sells items exclusively on Envato Market
  • Has been part of the Envato Community for over 3 years
+3 more
VibeThemes says

Join Tutsplus.com premium .

32 posts
  • Has been part of the Envato Community for over 1 year
  • Has sold $100+ on Envato Market
  • Has collected 10+ items on Envato Market
  • Sells items exclusively on Envato Market
+1 more
Deveraux says

There is no best solution fits all, it depends on you.

For me, manuals worked great; JavaScript, http://www.ecma-international.org/publications/files/ECMA-ST/Ecma-262.pdf PHP, http://www.php.net/manual/en/

etc.

68 posts
  • Has referred 1+ members
  • Has sold $10,000+ on Envato Market
  • Has collected 10+ items on Envato Market
  • Located in India
+2 more
W3Themes says

I think you should start from http://www.w3schools.com

Good Luck (y)

Helpful Information

  • Please read our community guidelines. Self promotion and discussion of piracy is not allowed.
  • Open a support ticket if you would like specific help with your account, deposits or purchases.
  • Item Support by authors is optional and may vary. Please see the Support tab on each item page.

Most of all, enjoy your time here. Thank you for being a valued Envato community member.

Post Reply

Format your entry with some basic HTML. Read the Full Details, or here is a refresher:

<strong></strong> to make things bold
<em></em> to emphasize
<ul><li> or <ol><li> to make lists
<h3> or <h4> to make headings
<pre></pre> for code blocks
<code></code> for a few words of code
<a></a> for links
<img> to paste in an image (it'll need to be hosted somewhere else though)
<blockquote></blockquote> to quote somebody

:grin: :shocked: :cry: Complete List of Smiley Codes

by
by
by
by
by
by